The 7 ft tall Muhammad Irfan is classified as the tallest cricketer ever to feature in the game. Left Arm fast bowler hailing from Burewala, Pakistan is considered to be a mature and permanent feature of the Pakistan’s bowling attack. He made his first class debut featuring in QEA Trophy in 2009 as a member of Khan Laboratories. He was unable to grab wickets in his first match, although in his second match he grabbed 7-113 in second innings along with 9 wickets haul. After impressing in the first class cricket he made his appearance in the 2010 Season of IPL signing a contract with Kolkata Knight Riders.
Irfan made his international debut at the age of 28 in the Pakistan Team. He played his first ODI against England in 2010. He finished with bowling figures of 0-37 in 5.3 overs. He was not impressive during the initial time of his career mainly due to his speed. The velocity radar records only 130-135 kph. He was dropped after the England series and later made a strong comeback against India in December 2012 series. He looks promising this time as a mature left arm pacer who bowls 140 km speed consistently.
Muhammad Irfan made a debut inTwenty20 Internationals against arch rival India in the first T20 International match on 25 December 2012. Pakistani team was touring India. Muhammad Irfan was classified as a prominent figure in the series win against India. He was a wild card entry that propelled Pakistan towards glorious victory. In that series, this 7 feet bowler displayed improvements in his bowling as he touched the speeds of 145kph, rising from the 135 kmph he had previously. He gave a new dimension to the Pakistan bowling attack.
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